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If you are into history and want to see how things were done back in the gold rush days this is a very interesting place. If museums bore you just pass on (your loss). It's free to walk around and read the plaques if you...More
We recently toured the Kennedy Gold Mine on a trip to the area. Our volunteer tour guide Harold spent over one hour taking us on a tour of the grounds, showing us the equipment and the mine head frame and explaining the purpose of each...More
The Kennedy Gold Mine is an amazing place to explore. The work the volunteers have done to make your visit to the mine is nothing short of phenomenal. There was a fire there in August 2017 and they have completely redone the area where the...More
The Kennedy Gold Mine is one of the better preserved and largest historic gold mines developed during the mid-1800s gold rush. There is a visitors' center and plenty of explanatory images and literature. Much of the gold from the "Mother Lode" is still underground, but...More
Beautiful Spring afternoon with a very charming, thorough and well informed guide, Merv Hoffman. We panned for gold, toured the property, viewed a gem of a film with great original footage. The highlight was the Company Office/Pay Room....great old building with beautiful furniture and office...More
Our tour guide,Russell was fantastic!! He was very knowledgeable about the mine,and gave a wonderful tour!!! We were there on a semi rainy day,but it did not dampen our spirits.A wonderful place to learn about our California gold mining era history.The museum is also well...More
My wife and I attended the Re-Opening of the Kennedy Gold Mine and it was really pleasant. In 2017 one of the buildings burned in a fire. The tireless work by the foundation rebuilding the grounds is quite impressive. It is a walking museum less...More